Isn't he just gorgeous?!
Documenting the goings-on of the world's oldest orangutan sanctuary Sepilok, Animal Planet captures the lives of more than 30 orphan orangutans being looked after in Northern Borneo.
And its residents are quite the cheeky bunch!
While the young orangutans are adorable enough to make anyone go weak at the knees, the slightly older ones just love to cause a bit of mischief in the camp.
Whether it's feeding time, weigh-ins or time for forest school, these cheeky orangutans are wreaking havoc by their nosy nature and have been known to pick locks, steal tools and even tourists' belongings.
For Sepilok's orangutans many have been left without their parents and without a home as the rainforest gradually disappears.
But ensuring their survival, head carer Sue Sheward and her team have taken the cuties in, teaching them how to live, before releasing them back into the wild again.
Explaining why she loves working with the orangutans, Sue said: "I'm just in love, they're so like us. With the dwindling numbers [helping] just one little orangutan can make a big difference."
Hoping to prove just how intelligent and human-like these creatures are, Meet The Orangutans opens an exclusive window into the lives of this endangered species.
The programme follows the orangutans in Sepilok as they learn how to survive in the wild, from climbing trees, to forming friendships and even mating to keep their species on the map.
The first episode aired yesterday (12 February) on Animal Planet at 8pm and will continue to run for four weeks.
We already can't wait for our next weekly fix!
To see more orangutan action check out Animal Planet on YouTube.
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